If your blood type is O, then there is something that you should know.
Scientific studies suggest that people with type O blood are more likely to suffer from ulcers and thyroid disorders.
Does this ring any bell to you?
It seems that people who have the type O blood running through their veins have higher levels of gastric juice than those with different blood types.
Another unique characteristic is that you can digest both protein and fat more easily.
However, this comes at a cost.
Simple carbs, like those from grains, are more easily converted into fats and triglycerides.
And unfortunately, most grains contain reactive lectins that weaken type O’s immune system and even cause hormonal disruptions.
This causes a chain reaction which may result in inflammation and other auto-immune disorders.
There’s also another thing you should be careful about.
People with type O blood have a faster “fight or flight” response than others.
While this might sound good in theory, in today’s world this characteristic is more of a hindrance than a benefit.
If you have this type of blood, you might be more predisposed to excessive:
- Temper tantrums
- and even manic episodes
Furthermore, when overly tired, depressed or bored, type O people are extremely vulnerable to destructive behaviors like:
- Risk taking
- Substance abuse
- Sensation seeking
To reduce these, avoid at all cost alcohol and caffeine because they raise adrenaline and noradrenaline levels, which are already high for this blood type.
But let’s get to some good news, shall we?
If type O blood courses through your veins, then you have a lower risk of developing coronary heart disease.
Also, if you wish to improve your physical and emotional health, the solution is quite simple – regular brisk exercise.
Do this for 3 to 4 times a week for about 40 minutes and after a month you will see that you are emotionally balanced.
Furthermore, consuming the right foods for your specific blood type has shown a huge improvement in people’s health.
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To your health!